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CafeLitt 59: Cosmology: Story of the Cosmos and other tales

Fri 22 Feb 2008, 14:20, by , at Cafe Linda:1909 Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest,Montreal (Map)

Subject: "Cosmology: Story of the Cosmos and other tales"
Presented By: Omid Saremi
Date: 28 Feb. 2008

Theoretical physics over the past century has drastically shifted the way we perceive the physical world. Physicists seem to be a few steps closer to a convincing answer to a few longstanding-some as old as humanity itself-questions about the universe. Was there a beginning or will there be an end for our universe? Or our universe is Eternal? In order to
answer questions like above, modern physicists have invented a new theory called "string theory". In string theory electrons and other particles in nature are not point like objects rather they are little vibrating strings.

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